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3 years ago1,000+ Views
Several time-related Korean words and phrases
There are a lot of words and phrases which are related to time. The video shows us just some of them. These are what you will hear if you talk with Koreans.
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Do you have other levels of videos? This is all in Korean so I don't really understand it..I'm a beginner haha
3 years ago·Reply
There are hints given on the bottom left: time, day, week, month and year. What do they mean? First, focus on the centered words/phrases for each: 현재 - the present, 오늘 - today (or sometimes, the present), 당일 - the (very) day or today, 이번 주 - this week (= 금주), 이번 달 - this month (= 이달), and 올해 - this year (= 금년) Then, think about what should be placed next to them. Then you'll find what I mean. For example, 어제 is placed before 오늘, so 어제 means "yesterday." And 그제 is placed before 어제, so 그제 stands for the day before yesterday. That's the proper way to understand what this video says.
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